In today's episode, we are excited to interview Corrin Foster, Greenleaf's Director of Marketing & Branding, about why authors should consider blogging and how they can get started. Corrin regularly coaches authors on how to build their author platforms and ran a successful blog for fifteen years.
We’re excited to share another author interview with you! This time we’re speaking with author Monica McGurk about her books Dark Hope, Dark Rising, and Dark Before Dawn, focusing specifically on her author branding experiences.
Published Podcast Episode 16 | Event Planning for Authors with Ashland Viscosi of Creatives Meet Business
In today's episode, we're answering questions like, should I host an event to launch my book? How can I sell books at my event? What kind of event should I host? And how should I handle sponsorships?
Answering these questions is Ashland Viscosi, owner of Creatives Meet Business. Creatives Meet Business (CMB) is an event and podcast series in Austin for creatives to define themselves as “artists” and “creatives” AND “small business owners” and “entrepreneurs.”
This episode is packed with valuable information for aspiring thought leaders. In it, we interview Peter Winick of Thought Leadership Leverage. Peter has over 20 years of experience working with thought leaders and corporate clients, and we're grateful to have him as a guest.
Published Podcast Episode 14 | Interview with Books-a-Million Buyer Margaret Terwey about Book Sales & Distribution
We have a great episode for you today, featuring an interview with Margaret Terwey, Senior Buyer at Books-A-Million. We'll be talking about brick-and-mortar bookstore distribution and what book buyers are looking for. Listen to the full episode below or check out the highlights below.
Today we’re excited to bring you another author interview, this time with Howard Love, author of The Start-Up J Curve. We thought he would be the perfect author to discuss distributing his book and the impact the book has had on his business.
When authors are getting ready to launch their books, publicity can be a big factor in book sales. The publisher and author create the push that gets the book onto the bookstore shelves, while the publicity team creates the pull that brings consumers in to pick the book up off the bookstore shelf.